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RANGERS WALLOP YANNIGAHS
Firtt Practice Game Takes FIm at
-- Miners' Pirk is Joplia..
COYLK MAXES EH AT CEUTZa
Vslaaft Fates la Old-Tlaea Fwna,
WkD rkrlatiauaa Dees ImI
Work U Baa far th
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JOPUN. Mo.. March (..-(Special Tele
gram.) Johnny Gondlng and hi premiere
administered l I It 1 defeat In seven
Irming thla arteroon to Freddla Moore
and Jill Juvenile. It was a aurpriae
(am , and tha way lh bora battled
against aach other abowa that Uia Cham
plonabip of the tralninf camp la to be
toaa-ht for at ovary turn.
. Tha bora trotted out to Mlncr'a park J
a vaual. axpaetlns to ate tha field aa
aloppy aa whea thoy laft It tha afternoon
tMfor. - A wendrfui hiln ha1 lakafli
place however, thank to the around-
keeper, and after a brief consultation Pa
Kourke and alanacar Arbocaat decided
ao bnpronptv came would not be amlaa.
The field had been doctored until sow
It la In pretty food anapa. It waa
little alow thla afternoon on the aoft
earth, yet another day of aunshlna. It la
believed, will make it aa faet aa one
Norman Coyla'i work In center waa tha
hit of the day. Coyle covered everything
la eight and when a final eonnt waa made
he had had four putouta and a elnile to
Ma credit. Schoonover dlatlngulahed
blmaelf with the war eluba, garnering a
couple of clean two-baggers.
Hail poled a three base bit by etretch
' ing a acratch two-lacker. He had to hit
thb dirt, however. In order to make It
ae. Had the Odd been hard be would
have been- retired at second.
Xelkolf Bats Haadtlr,
Kelhoff waa up to his old tactics. He
laced out a dean one for a triple. Chris
tiansen did tha best work In the box
for tha Regular. He flung the last
three Innings and got one strikeout, which
4b Mti'MM. than mtf nf thai ntka hhpUm
could drak up. It waa Camp field who
fell down under Chris benders and this
after he already bad put a single Into
tha outfield. . . . .
Fentress and BoMnson -slid the re
mainder of the' aarvlag for the Veter
an. itiirr walked one man, but
otherwise his" hurling was strictly up to
For the goofs! Campfleld did the back-
atop work.'. whfl Hall. Hleks and Ixrtl-
war sent la to da. dlspostnau; Hall
worked three sessions and then Hicks,
a southpaw, relieved htm for the next
two. Lop finished the afternoon pastlav
Jng. Hicks walked one man 4nd Lots
a couple. . .
I.oea clever as Ever.
A sparkling- bR of flouting and a nice
piece of head-work. by Lota featured 'hla
performance on tha hill. Kan had
reached third on a series of hits. Oondlng
chased one to Lots, who speared It with
hla ungloved band. Ha threw Kane out
t tha plats, giving: Campfleld plenty
of time to complete the play at first,
retiring Oondlng and the aide. Two
others were then oa bases.
There waa plenty of bright sunshine on
tap and the boys worked with a wllL
Oee but this sun sura feels good,"
"Wanner cried, and his sentiments wars
re-echoed by all his co-worker.
There was plenty of fun throughout
the afternoon. Moors Insisted upon ques
tioning ABrogaat's decision and did a
war dance around first at every oppor
tunity. Pa sat In a dugout and coached
If tha weather permits tomorrow after
noon, and now It appear that It win,
another sexea-lnnlng battle will be
staged. Neat Bunday tha team If to
tackle a Joplia club of aeml-protesslos-ale
Hare ts todays game in detail:
V. AR R H. O. A. E.
Junstlc. ss t t
vt anner, IB I
Boars, If I
JCsnex lb.... . 1
Coyle, ef. t
JLee rf.....i t
Oondlng. e t
Robinson, p......... a
Fentress, p 1
Ctuistlaiatoa, p I
Total 31 J
, AB. R. H. O. A.
liloore, lb............ lata
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... Standing-Left to Right-Lester,
Right Guard or Center; fugleman.
Totals 25 1 1 11 II I
Regulars 1 1 1 a -
Stolen base: Thomasoa. Two-baas hits:
Scnoooover it). Niehoff. FUlrst on er
rors: Kelhoff. Double plays: Wanner to
Kane. Beaalan to Moors, Lots to Camp
fleld to Moore. First on balls: Oft Hicks,
1 In two Innings; oft Lots, I In two ta
nnics; off Hall. 1 In three mnlngs; off
Fsntrsss, 1 In two innings, struck out:
By Christiansen, 1 In three Innings. Thraa
baae all: Hall. Tuna: 1:1. L'mpue: Ar boss-1.
HASKELL AND KISSANE
' LEAVE FOR JOPUN FRIDAY
Jack Haskell, chief umpire In the
Western league, and Dlca Klsaana. who
will handle an Indicator la tha same
league this see son, will leave Omaha
Friday night for Joplia where they will
join tha Kourkes at their spring training
Haskell has been working consclen
tlously to reduce om of his avoir
dupoia by hard road work and sweat
baths. Every morning he takes a five
mile launt out Into the country and back,
robed In a heavy sweater and a heavy
suit. Dick Klsaana I doing tha same
work, but I working mors In a gym
ns slurs, taking long run and getting
Into condition. At Joplia these twe man
will umpire all tha game the Rourkss
and Tannlgaaa play and hi that manner
get ready for tb opening game on
April is. .
Bosejs Bart la Wrack la Mlaaeseta.
BELGRADE, Minn.. March M. Passen
ger train No. ML east bound oa the boo
.ins. wss wrecked today three miles sast
of Belgrade, six cars leaving the track,
sons of them rolling doww a twenty-foot
embankment. A dozen people were In
jured, but eoly an seriously. The acci
dent eras wopooeed to have been raneeri
by a detective ralL
Key to the BituatioB-bee Advertising.
the Other Fellow
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Interscholastic Basket Ball Champions
Center; Wormhoudt, Right Forward; Shaffer, Left Forward; Lynch. Left Guard;
Coach; atenoelsntan. Manager.
OTTUhtWA HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL SQUAD,
SAX 1A5GF0SD, WHO IS SATHT3
THINGS OUT LOUD.
6am Lanafurd. tb Boawsa tar baby."
bx has prodcrned Ms sptiilusl coat be
can Mck Jack Johnson la tea rnnds if
the champion la willing ts fight wttbtn
the next thrree ssontha. Langford says
be has plenty of backing and caa gat a
gooA slsed purs offered for tb battle la
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Has a Fine Punch
WEATHER AGAINST PRACTICE
All WeiUrn Leagne Teamt ia the
Same Fix u Omaha.
BETTER DATS ASE LOOKED FOB
Rsarke Fasstly 1 Better Off Taaa
Aay of tha Others Caeeaeea
able WratkeV Makes the
Westers lesgu teams are having the
same kind of luck. If not worse than the
majors in their training thai spring. All
the dub have run Int poor weather and
m aom case the team bar not even
had a workout yet.
Omaha has shossa the best place of the
entire bunch, but they are having aa aw
ful fight with wst ground sad Jupiter
Pluvtus. But two or three workout bars
been had by tb Rourke On the field this
spring and tha team has been la Joplln
for almost two wsefca. Infield work Is ao
Impossibility and acwsdiuad games have
been cancelled left and rigbt Bead work
ha mad up almost all tha exercise that
ha been dona, but It la expected from
now oa the weather will permit the beys
to get busy and get all the training and
practice that I needed to put a winning
an la the field.
Te St. Joa squad' ran late pretty bom
weather at Muskogee. OkL. and between
the rain, wet abounds and snow has been
confined to the hotel and hav but
e or three runs Into tas country la the
week they hav been m Oklahoma, Con
dition do not bid fair for moon work la
tha very near future at that.
At Quids Spring th Wichita aggrega
tion struck ntc weather far two daya
and sines then baa been bugging the
stoves and making sredteUsas a tha way
they win burn up the league' this summer.
Road work kt out of tha question and
Manager Hughes Is figuring aa getting
hat mea back to their Bowia town, where
tha weather ndltlon ar far better.
BUI Dwyw and his bunch of Antaloass
trass Llneoia ar to leav fay Syaunora
Kevin. Forward or Guard; Lodwlck,
Springs Wednesday, but nothing has been
beard about the weather In that place, but
Bill Is hoping that ha will slip It over oa
tha other teams In the weather question
and la anxloua to be on bis aay.
Sioux City and De Moines are having
hard sledding in their home towns trying
to whip their teams Into snap with the
weather against them. Tha cold weather
and tha poor conditkins of the grounds
i easting a blue bus orsr the players
and tha managers are praying that decent
weather will soon set la.
Topeka crew made a short Jsunt out a
few miles from Topeka and after being
ther a tew days Dale Gear got risgustad
with the weather and tha poor grounds
and decided to bike back borne when tha
weather cleared and he la now expecting
to get back to work again wtth
bunch. Nothing definite baa been heard
from Denver. The main portion of the
team la to remain at heme and train,
while the batterlea are to go into Texas
for spring workouts.
PA WRITES THAT PLAYERS
ARE ALL LOOKING FINE
A letter waa received by Dave Kourke
yeaUrday from Pa In which ha stated
that they were having bad weather In
that country and conilnulnr the day's
labor to road work. He said it started
raining In Joplln on Thursday and did
sot let up until Sunday, but good weather
has iff-eval.erf there since and he expecte to
have a game between the players either
Wednesday or Thursday of this week.
All the players ars In good health, he
says, and working bard, whea they have
tha opportunity. Farrell. the shortstop,
who finished the season with lbs Rourke
last year, haa reported and the satire
bunch ts now present, with the sx-
eeptloa of Bunny Kearns, who will report
ia Omaha a April L I
SENATORIAL DEADLOCK IN
NEW MEXICO IS UNBROKEN
SANTA FB. N. M-. Tesrea -Th sev.
nth ballot taken today for United Stat
senators did not break taw snilish.
Drawn for The Bee
BIG BASKET JALL TOURNEY
Crack Teami of the Weit to Play
Two Dayi at Local "T" Gym.
OTTUHWA IS TOUTED STRONG
Kaaeaa City Cease with tb He.
ard of Wlanlag fro si Best
Tsaata la Kaaeaa aad Mia.
aoarl This t ear.
Local sport followers will be furnished
some clever exhibitions of basket ball
whsn the M!souH Valley Imerechnlexllc
floor tournament Is held here Mdav an1
Saturday at th local "T" aaeoclailon
gymnasium, as ths three quintets entered
represent ths pick of ths middle west.
This Is th first tourney of IU kind
ever held In ths wsst and ia made noss'
Ma through the fact that elimination
meets already have been held by which
the stsllar high school fives of th dif
ferent ststes could he picked. In manv
respects ths meet will be mors Important
snd mors Interesting thsn ths big floor
tourney held at Lincoln March I, I and ,
at which time high school basket fMpperi
from all parte of Nebraska competed, aa
tha local en involves much better teams
and only three games will be nsosssary
to decide the championship. '
The premier Ottumwn High school
ouad baa successfully defended Its title
as th champ of Iowa all sessoa. Les
ter, who playa center on the team, meas
ure t feet I Inch, and hla teammate ar
not far below him In height Coach
Elgleman has trained ths lads hard sine
last December and they are in excellent
condition to corns up to their regulsr
form. Some of the squad hav played
together since HI.
Kansss City Central High haa written
the local management that they will be
here, eight members strong. Friday
morning. This school has produced ins
teller floor boys of Kansas and Mis
souri. Coach Joy Clark hss outlined a stiff
Una of training for tha local lade, which
Include abstinence from all pastries and
tba rigid observance to be In bed every
evening thla week by o'clock. Dally
practice will be held between th dif
ferent class teams and tb regulars' and
If possible a scrtmmsg with soms of
ths South Omaha High lads will be held
tomorrow afternoon. -
One game will be played Friday even
ing between Omaha and Kansas City, the
ascond contest will coma Saturday after
noon with Kansss City and Ottumwa a
the contenders, and tha final battle Sat
urday night will be between Omaha and
Ottumwa. Tba team winning Dotn its
game will receive the handsome Ryan
trophy and tha championship of ths Mis
souri valley, tha quintet taking one game
will be accorded second plsce, and the
five losing both contests will take con
Oa account of tha large expense In
curred la staging such a meet, th local
promoters have already placed series and
Individual ticket on sale at rate which
win be th same for students aad th
nubile alike. The Boosters' club of th
school has taken up a "hustling cam
paign to boost tha tourney.
Splendid entertainment fraturee ars
being planned tor th visiting teams,
which will Include auto rides about the
city and a probable visit to the local
high school banding-
Caarehssea Beat Plekaaa.
In a fast same of basket ball the
Walnut Hill Midgets beat the Young Mens'
Christian Association Pickups by the
ran of B to IS last nignt at tne
Walnut Hill church gymnasium. Current
played ths star gams for the Midgets
snd Psterson showed up well for the
young Men a ennsuaa association team.
sufferers from lung trouble till
they learn Dr. King's New Discovery
will help them. Price Mc and 11 M. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
It ywa hav auytitfraT to ex change, ad-
terttao It la The Be Want Ad cotumna.
a store: for
by "Bud" Fisher
Wasem Wins Title ;
by Throwing Gidn;
LINCOLN. March, -S!eeial Tele
gram -Oscsr Wasem of Omaha woa-th-'
stats wrestling championship In that
heavyweight class from Ucorge Ulon of
Aurora after a furious mat bout lasting
nearly two hours. ...... J
Tha match waa on of ths best rref
seen In the city, both men having trained''
faithfully and being In primo con
dlllon. There waa considerable ba4
slood between Wasem and Glon, and. tha
crowd waa kept 'In a constant uproar '
with ths siwedy work of the wrestlers. I
Wsnom worked for over an hour before '.
hs gut the first fell- Both men were ajt-
greselve. but Waaein's superior weight
ond strength finally told against th '
liKiiter niun and after an hour and. 1
minium of wrestling be forced Olon
houlders to the mat. ... ..
Ths first fsll devetnied soms remark- '
sbls wrestling snd both 'men wr In
dangerous holds several times. Ths ascond
tail, while shorter, wss equally hard
fought Glon did not have the endurance
of tli Omaha baker buy, however, and
arter thirty-four minutes of fast work
Wasem secured the second fsll and th
Largs delegations from out In ths state
attended the match and coaalderabla 1
money rhangod bands, The victory ear- '
rte with It the title to the stats cham- '
plnnshlp, Glon having held ths title until '
detested by Wasem. It Is probable that 1
a return match will be staged later la '
attoa Avrraaes eighty. f
MINNKAPOLIS, March M-George But-
ton of Chicago, world a bllllnrrt -
ptitn. In an exhibition game of 18. 1 balk .
line billiards here tonight' made a ecoro
of In five Innings, an average of
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